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Coolness All Around

This press release went out yesterday and I thought I’d share:



Dorchester Announces Its New Pledge

Publisher Promises Fulfilling Reader Experience & Guarantees Satisfaction

New York, NY-Dorchester Publishing is proud to introduce its Publisher’s Pledge program, a bold, new marketing initiative created to launch the careers of the next generation of genre superstars. A privately owned publisher of mass-market original fiction, Dorchester has a long, storied history of discovering the most exciting names in genre fiction, including Victoria Alexander, Christine Feehan, Sherrilyn Kenyon, Katie MacAlister and Lynsay Sands.

Next year marks the firm’s 40th anniversary, … Read more »

Mr Romance 2009

I stole this from Leah’s blog in case you missed it:

Who will be Mr. Romance 2009? It all comes down to Saturday’s competition at the Romantic Times Booklovers convention in Orlando. But even if you can’t be with us as the guys strut their stuff down the runway, you can at least cast a vote for your favorite.

Go to Romantic Reads to check out each model’s info and vote for your favorite.

Now seriously wishing I was going to RT!!!… Read more »

A Good Day

I think as writers we all have those days where we feel like we’re running around like crazy people, not doing what we should be doing, not making an impact. Writing’s such a solitary endeavor. Aside from the few conferences we attend, our interaction with other writers happen via the internet or email, brief phone conversations or monthly RWA meetings.

Today is not one of those days. 🙂 Last night was my RWA chapter meeting, and I have to say, we had a great meeting. Great discussions, great turn-out, lots of excitement. As the president, I love it when things … Read more »